- Reviews: 173
The campsite near the Greibnitzee S-Bahn Station is busy but handy for getting into the city. It's possible to walk alongside the lakes from the campsite.
- Reviews: 170
Die Fabrik: Really good hostel
Great hostel, clean, quiet, private rooms, good location. Easy to get to from the airport on public transport
- Reviews: 53
A+O Accommodation: Nice and Easy
Its literally 2 minutes from the railway station.. which is nice. Very smart inside and modern with friendly staff Cost was 15 Euro's if i remember correctly.
You have to go up a few stairs to the hostel... and opposite are another set of stairs to an erotic club.. hhuummm
- Reviews: 63
Good Areas to Stay
At the moment, the company rents me a flat near Hackescher Hof, so I have unfotunately no specific recommendations. However, I would definitely recommend this area if you are trying to find a hotel in Berlin. In the past, I stayed in a youth hostel just off the Ku'dam, which was ok, but sort of out of the way in terms of public transport. And the Ku'dam is no great shakes, really, if you are interested in lively atmosphere and interesting shops and decent public transport. For all of these, I would definitly recommend East Berlin.
- Reviews: 273
Hotel Agon *** Olivaer Apart Hotel: My firstime to stay in Berlin
My first time in Berlin this hotel was recommended to me by a friend I booked it and went fri 23 may2014 I stayed 2 nights and found the hotel very good in its standards and facilities.
A great art nouveau building with nice views
- Reviews: 294
Wyndham Grand Potsdammer Platz: Comfy and relaxed
I stayed here with my partner for 3 nights (he is staying a lot more than i am for work purposes) and it was very comfortable. Whatever we had forgotten we were given within a few moments. The housekeeping lady was also very friendly and joked about with us.
The hotel had a complementary sauna and steam room which i really enjoyed. Sauna was a good 85-90 degrees centigrade which was also lovely.
- Reviews: 25
Since becoming Germany's...
Since becoming Germany's re-united capital, the number of hotel rooms in Berlin has doubled with the growing demand for accommodation. Reservations are therefore recommended well in advance.
Hotel prices usually include VAT at 16% and a buffet breakfast.
The prices quoted below are the starting prices for double rooms, including breakfast and VAT, unless otherwise specified
Hotel Seehof Berlin
Price: From DM295/EUR151 (excluding breakfast).
- Reviews: 172
Happy Go Lucky Hotel and Hostel: Friendly and clean
I have found this hostel very easily because I travelled several times by S-bahn in Berlin; the hostel's building could be seen from the train (it has orange facade). I stayed there only for one night but I was very satisfied: the price was 15 euro (I paid a small deposit in advance), the staff was exclusively friendly and helpful. The rooms are in good condition (although the toillets are too small).
As a negative side, I must say that there was no any view from my window, because there is another part of building opposite my room, but that was OK for me.
- Reviews: 1069
For a charming and affordable stay in Berlin, opt for the andel's Hotel at Landsberger Allee. This pleasant hotel comes with the luxuries of home away from home with designer interiors, spot on service and top class amenities. The leisure quotient at the hotel is admirable with its lovely spa and wellness center as well as multiple in house restaurants and bars. Further the hotel is a good choice for business travelers as well because not only is the hotel set in the heart of the city, but its business center and multi functional meeting and ballrooms are excellent for any corporate event. For more on the hotel, amenities as well as availability, call ahead or check out their website.
- Reviews: 104
Melarose Feng Shui: Feng Shui in Berlin
I spent two night at the Melarose Feng Shui hotel.
The hotel featured a free internet terminal for hotel guests.
The interior made good impression. The last renovation can't be long ago.
The room was clean, tidy and for a hotel - well sized.
Not as big as the rooms in New York, Malasia or Egypt, but bigger than the ones in Switzerland or Ireland.
It doesn't happen often that I can recommend a hotel, this time I do.
Besides the interior, I also liked the location, near Alexanderplatz.
From Berlin Schönesfeld Airport to Alexanderplatz it's about 20 or 25 minutes by train.
And Alexanderplatz is a good location to explore the rest of the city.
Breakfast is not included in the daily rate - you can order one for 8 Eurs.
Though the breakfast buffett looked nice, I didn't eat there.
Near the tram station is a bakery where you can also grab a coffee and something to eat.
- Reviews: 17
Courtyard by Marriott, Teltow (Berlin): Good for business or tourist travel
Above average Courtyard hotel. Service is better than the usual German hotels (yes, most German hotel staff are usually somewhat slower and a little gruff than American's are used to). Hotel is about 20 minutes by taxi from Central Berlin and Brandenburg gate. About 20 minutes from the airport by taxi. Maybe more outside the central city for some tourists, but their facilities are good for business meetings. Have lots of small and large conference rooms, internet, and other business services. Services for business travelers is good. Example: I arrived about 10pm on a Sunday evening. Told staff that I needed a conference room for 6 people the next morning, with wireless internet, food, coffee, whiteboard, hardwire fax, and I needed to buy a printer and some supplies. 8 am the next morning everything was ready, they got me a taxi that took me to a local (5 mintues away) electronics store for the printer.
Rooms were comfortable, good phone and tv services. Food at hotel was very good, lots of choices, good European and Western breakfast selections. Several good pubs and restaurants near by, walking distance.
- Reviews: 207
Die Fabrik: A very nice hostel in Kreuzberg
The name origins from the house use to be a telephone and electronics factory but is now a clean well managed hostel (they name themselves a hotel) but it’s a hostel with dorms and double to multiple beds rooms and shard showers. From 18 euros pr. night.
A special feature is the warm water comes from a solar cell plant on the roof.
It also host a very nice café good for breakfast, soup, sandwich or a late evening beer.
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